5 Family Office Pitfalls That May Void Securities Exemptions

Law360 (August 14, 2020, 4:32 PM EDT) -- A new trading platform is in the works for family offices, which will simplify the deal-making process for private market securities.[1] ShareNett Holdings LLC — a membership-based investment platform serving family offices backed by hedge fund billionaire Paul Tudor Jones — recently announced that its members will have access to Clearlist LLC, a trading platform to buy and sell shares of private companies.

The announcement is just the latest move in an increasingly active space: In the last two years, assets under the management of family offices has risen 38% to $5.9 trillion.[2] A large, and growing, portion of these assets...

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